When I can find a set cheap enough... I plan to convert to 2000-2002 s-10 Blazer spindles, rotors, and dual piston calipers. I know alot of the s-10 suspension parts fit G-body's (I already run s-10 front springs), I've also been told on that it will work (but I do not remember where)
Has anyone ever tried this? How does it compare? I am looking for the most economical option (best bang per buck).
I did the conversion ....had a 9C1 caprice that i took the spindles and calipers ,put them on my 84 cutlass ,
the rotors are from an 87 camaro 1LE option (12") with 4.75" wheel pattern .
only drawback is you need some upper arm offset shafts from moog to bring back the camber to specs
78MC-BBC wrote:well last summer i modified my stock g-body spindles, cut down my stock rotor to make it a hub and installed 13" corvette C5 rotors, pads and calipers. i would never consider doing the B-body upgrade "if you call it an upgrade"? this is a great and more economical upgrade since you can get great stopping power and actually go to autozone and get break parts over the counter.
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